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Parcel2Go launches new Letters and Small Parcels service for SMEs

By Dan Wilson July 13, 2017 - 4:40 pm

Parcel2Go has launched a new Letters and Small Parcels service is powered by Whistl The service will enable small businesses, online sellers and micro SMEs to send letters and small parcels on a pay-as-you-go basis.

The new Letters and Small Parcels service allows businesses to send letters, large letters and small parcels at discounted rates (compared to Royal Mail 2nd class stamps) giving businesses a potential saving of up to 35% off whilst still having their items delivered by a local postman. Items can either be dropped off at a local drop shop or have their items collected.

Parcel2Go MD Adam Harris says: “Parcel2Go.com has wanted to allow customers to send letters as well as parcels for over 15 years, but until now only Royal Mail has been able to offer this service. We believe that our new Letters and Small Parcels service will revolutionise the industry, giving customers greater choice and flexibility, as well as saving them a lot of money.

Michael Boulton from Whistl says: “The service developed by Parcel2Go with Whistl is a fantastic innovation for the industry, but more importantly gives customers a new compelling alternative to how they have traditionally sent their letters and parcels. Customers have been asking for a service like this for years, and now they have one.”

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